One hotel in the center of Bucharest, the American International School of Bucharest and the Romanian-American Foundation are being checked after one person called 112 announcing a “missile” attack,” the Romanian Intelligence Service (SRI) informed on Friday.
Crews from the SRI and the Police arrived at the scene and started the investigation.
According to the quoted source, at the scene, the Romanian Police and the Anti-terrorism Brigade of the Romanian Intelligence Service (SRI) are conducting standard procedures, including the evacuation of the people in the hotel and inside the foundation headquarters. There were a few dozen people in the hotel, but the number of those in the school was unknown.
At the same time, the person who called from a prepaid card the Sheraton Hotel reception and announced the threat, is sought.
Update: “Missile” threat in Romanian Capital – fake; evacuation stopped
The bomb alert at a hotel downtown the Romanian Capital and at other two buildings proved to be fake and evacuation was stopped, specified the Romanian Intelligence Service (SRI).